BitcartCC Configurator allows you to easily deploy new BitcartCC instances, or re-configuring existing ones, with ease and no technical skills.
Configurator demo is accessible at
You can access it from your admin by clicking the configurator button.
It allows you to easily deploy a new instance by just answering a few questions.

Deployment destination

There are 3 deployment destinations available: remote, manual, and current instance.


By entering the server credentials, the Configurator will automagically connect to your server and deploy the instance, while you drink a cup of coffee!
SSH settings
Deployment progress
Failed deployment
For an example of successful deployment, watch the video above.


If you don't trust the configurator's server, or you just need a copiable script you can run yourself, you can use the manual mode. It generates a script for you to copy, based on selected settings.
Copiable script

Current instance

Coming soon...


On this page you can enter your domain where to deploy (using one domain mode), and optionally disable https support. If you don't have a domain, you can enable tor support in the later pages.
Domains page


On this page you can configure and enable all the coins you want. For each coin you may enable lightning with just one click, or change network settings. Note that you must select at least one coin.
Coins page
Select network
Enable lightning in one click!


On the additional page, you may enable additional plugin packs, for example, Tor support.
Tor support


On this page you can configure advanced parameters. If you don't need to edit them, skip to the next page.
You can choose an installation pack (all, backend, frontend or none), and add more custom components, or edit the bitcart-docker repository URL.
Advanced page
Additional components


On this page you can preview settings used. If something is wrong, you will see warnings.
When you are ready, click continue.

Deploy stage

After clicking continue, you will either see a ready script, or a progress bar, while configurator is deploying a new instance. Refer to each deployment destination for more details.
Last modified 8mo ago